3. What activities are performed while booting the operating system? The CPU accesses the BIOS even before the operating system is loaded. The BIOS then checks all your hardware connections and locates all your devices. If everything is OK, the BIOS load the operating system into the computer's memory and finish the boot-up process.
When you are troubleshooting a problem and decide to use the Event Viewer, which of the following should be used to help you focus on a reduced set of events? D. Filters 4. Which of the following is used to modify a task after you add a basic task to an Event Viewer? D. Task Scheduler 5. Which of the following allows you to view events from multiple computers using the Event Viewer?
(Choose two answers.) a. Used for short-term memory b. Used for long-term memory c. Used to process data d. Connects to the CPU over a bus using a cable e. Is installed onto the motherboard 5. This chapter describes the concepts behind how a CPU reads the contents from RAM.
Enables a database application to access specific records in a database file stored on a SAN drive array B. Identifies specific devices in a drive array C. Installed by default in Windows Server 2008 D. Provided with some SAN drive arrays E. Supports copper and fiber optic media F. Requires redundant drives and redundant host adapters G. Fibre Channel topology H. Hard drive installed inside a computer I. Maintains a database of targets and initiators J. Disk array that does not use RAID Multiple Choice: Select one or more correct answers for each of the following questions. 1. Which of the following statements are true of striped volumes?
The core module that provides all of the Windows 7 capability that isn't language- or edition-specific is called the MinWin module. 3. When you copy a file to a library, Windows Explorer writes the file to the folder designated as the save location. 4. To use federated search, you must download or create XML files for specific sites called search connectors.
LAB 8 MANAGING USERS AND COMPUTERS WITH GROUP POLICY This lab contains the following projects and activities: Project 8.1 Project 8.2 Project 8.3 Project 8.4 Configuring Account Policies Configuring Audit Policies Configuring Folder Redirection Enabling Disk Quotas Lab Review Questions Lab Challenge 8.1 Creating a Fine-Grained Password Policy Post-Lab Cleanup BEFORE YOU BEGIN Lab 8 assumes that setup has been completed as specified in the setup document, and that your computer has connectivity to other lab computers and the Internet. Lab 8 also assumes that you have completed the non-optional exercises in the previous labs. Specifically, Lab 8 assumes the following: • The even-numbered computer (RWDCyy) must be configured
Used for short-term memory; Used to process data 5. This chapter describes the concepts behind how a CPU reads the contents from RAM. Which of the following is true about the process of read data, as described in the chapter? The CPU tells the RAM which address holds the data that the CPU wants to read 6. A user has opened a word processor, typed the numbers 123456789, and stored the document as a file called report1.
Things You'll Need • Antistatic wrist-strap • Screwdriver • Antistatic PC bags • Compressed air • Replacement motherboard • Antistatic mat • Windows installation CD • Windows CD-KEY • Recovery Disks • External Storage Media Instructions 1. o 1 Back up your system to an external storage media so that you can easily and quickly get your system up and going with the new system board. Also create a set of recovery DVDs or CDs in case there are any issues with the external storage device. o 2 Place your windows install CD/ DVD into your optical drive. It will be needed later. Shut down your computer and remove all external plugs, wires and cables.
MAC Users: * Hold down the COMMAND [Apple/Clover Leaf] and SHIFT keys * Press 3 for a screen shot of the entire screen * The image should be located on your desktop * Paste the image (called a screenshot) into your Word document by opening the image, selecting edit from your menu bar and selecting copy. Paste the image into your Word document. * The screen shot should look like a complete image of your entire screen. PC Laptop Users: * While holding down the "fn" key, press the "insert/prt sc" key that's on the upper right area of your keyboard. * Paste the image (called a screenshot) into your Word document by pressing the "CTRL" and "V" keys at the same time.